DAY 1 - K-MARTIAL ART TOUR (Taekwondo)
K-MARTIAL ART TOUR (TAEWONDO)
In the morning, a guide will pick you up and proceed to learn Korea Martial Art.
Taekwondo is a martial art where the ultimate goal is to cultivate the mind through physical training. Most Koreans go to Taekwondo gym at least once when they are young. There, you train your body, learn basic manners, and learn the peace spirit. If you have any regrets after watching Taekwondo demonstration performances at Cheong Wa Dae and Gwanghwamun, why don't you learn it yourself?
This tour is a systematic class that provides a program that allows people who have never done Taekwondo to experience it without any burden. There are also systematic programs for foreigners.
Even now, multinational people of various ages are sweating to learn Taekwondo spirit together, so let's have time to learn Taekwondo. It would be a way to enjoy the Korean Wave properly by jumping in and experiencing it yourself.
After training Taewondo, Insadong Antique street is waiting for you. The place where women wear Hanbok ’traditional Korean costume’ and men ride horses on the road brings tourists back to old Seoul city and it is called Insadong Antique street. Walking through Insadong street with tea houses, boutique galleries and street traditional snacks, you feel alive. Insadong is also one of the best places in Seoul to purchase traditional Korean art and other souvenirs
In there, we will have Korean traditional lunch and experience wellbeing food of Korea.
We will walk into ‘Gyeongbokgung Palace’ that is the one of royal palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung Palace was completed three years after the establishment of the Joseon Dynasty. A few days after its completion, the palace was named Gyeongbokgung Palace, as well as major temples such as Gangnyeongjeon, Gyotaejeon, Yeonsaengjeon, Gyeongseongjeon, Sajeongjeon, and Geunjeongjeon. The name Gyeongbokgung Palace means that the new dynasty will prosper with great blessings.
Through Gyeongbok Palace, we will guide you to National Folk Museum that shows the culture and folk history of the Korean people from prehistoric times to the end of the Joseon Dynasty.
Located on the grounds of Gyeongbok Palace, the National Folk Museum of Korea is well known for its beautiful architecture. The building was constructed in the traditional Korean style comprising several stories with a pagoda on top.
The last place of today is N Tower. Namsan Seoul Tower, which has established itself as a romantic island in the city center, is a 236.7m high tower located at the top of Namsan (262m), which has long been widely known as a road of the eternal love, and boasts the best view of Seoul from 480m above sea level. It is a symbol of Seoul, which has been ranked as the No. 1 tourist attraction chosen by foreigners, and a romantic holy place for lovers around the world who dream of eternal love. Romantic experience contents "Locks of Love" and "Heart Chair" for lovers are very popular.